By M.D. Kittle
MADISON — On this National School Choice Week, a new survey finds continued growing support for expanded options in education. And more parents have considered moving their children out of their present schools amid concerns over pandemic policies, curriculum and academic quality.
More than half of parents (52 percent) asked in in the National School Choice Week survey said they were considering, or had considered in the last year, choosing a new or different school for one of their children.
The survey was delivered to Survey Monkey’s National Audience between Jan. 3-6, with no reference to National School Choice Week to prevent biasing any responses.